A look at three popular rewards programs ? Chase Ultimate Rewards, American Express Membership Rewards and Citi ThankYou Rewards ? and best bets for read more
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Rare, century-old photographs help illustrate the story of 272 slaves sold by Jesuit priests to secure the future of Georgetown University. read more
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Japanese officials wrestle with what to do with the ever-growing pile of radioactive waste at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, six years afte read more
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A celebration for a child?s first tooth includes presentation of an array of objects; the child?s choice is said to signify a future career. read more
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The president is months behind where experts in both parties, even some inside his administration, say he should be in filling senior government posi read more
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Representative Jason Chaffetz of Utah suggested that Americans should invest in health care rather than ?getting that new iPhone.? His constituents h read more
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Highlights from Pissarro to Pollock, whose restored ?Alchemy? is on view in New York for the first time in 50 years. read more
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Bob Mankoff, stepping down as cartoon editor of the magazine after 20 years, reflects on his favorites and why they worked. read more
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The statue is just the type of artifact archaeologists hoped to recover before further building in a teeming neighborhood makes such treasures imposs read more
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Director Jordan Peele recently programmed a retrospective of ?social thrillers? that informed his film. Here?s what they were and where to watch them read more
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In a new book, the social psychologist Adam Alter warns that our devotion to digital devices has morphed into something very much like addiction. read more
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Thousands fled from their homes, offices and schools six years ago after a meltdown at a nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan. Few have returned. read more
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Sexual assault accusations piled up while the university made football its top priority. The victims, furious alumni and the authorities are seeking read more
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President Trump?s first national security adviser, who resigned after less than a month, accepted over $500,000 to investigate a Turkish cleric in Pe read more
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